Snow continues in parts of central and eastern KELOLAND late this evening. The snow will gradually come to an end as we head into the late night hours.
Snow amounts of one to three inches (trimmed back from the two to four) will be common in east central and northeast South Dakota. Areas south of this will only get a trace to (at best) an inch.
High pressure will bring in much drier and colder air to the upper plains tonight and Friday. Highs will only be in the single digits and teens on Friday.
Saturday will be slightly warmer, but many locations will still be three to seven degrees below average. Light snow will be possible in western South Dakota as another clipper moves in from the northwest.